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Tekken 7 Reviewed: 7 Reasons You Need to Play - Tom's Guide

Tekken is finally back, and beating up friends has never looked so beautiful. Launching June 2 for PS4, Xbox One and PC, Tekken 7 takes the iconic fighting game franchise to new heights with a slew of new characters, tons of online options and a ...and more »

Tekken 7: PS4, Xbox One or PC? - Tom's Guide

If you're picking up Tekken 7, you have a lot of options -- not just in terms of its huge character roster and limitless fighter customization, but also when it comes to what platform you'd prefer to beat up your friends on. The game is launching June ...and more »

Tekken 7 Review - IGN

By Darry Huskey Tekken 7 is a love letter to this long-running franchise and its staggering complexity. Yet somehow it still manages to be accessible to just about anyone wanting to mash buttons, and its huge amount of customization unlocks constantly ...and more »

Tekken 7 review: "A powerful, gratifying, deeply cinematic fighting game" - GamesRadar

Good news! Tekken is still Tekken. Kicking people still feels great, the Mishimas are still throwing each other off cliffs, all is right with the world. But I need to be honest with you. The game's enduring Tekken-ness is enough for me, a man of modest ...and more »

Tekken 7 Review Roundup - GameSpot

Bandai Namco's Tekken 7 will be available on June 2, bringing The King of Iron Fist Tournament to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for the first time. The latest entry in the long-running fighting game series has been available in arcades since 2016, but has ...and more »

Tekken 7 review for PS4, Xbox One, PC - Gaming Age

Tekken was a franchise that I had a ton of memories from my teenage years playing with my big brother for hours on end. At the same time, those memories only lasted for the first three games on the original PlayStation. I did play most of the sequels ...and more »

Tekken 7 review: this joyous masterpiece is the pinnacle of the series -

Tekken 7 is a game that positively begs to be played, even if you're not typically a fan of the fighting genre. In its latest instalment of the long-running series, Bandai Namco has created a title that manages to, rather successfully, be servant to ...and more »

Review: Tekken 7 - Destructoid

I played the first three and Tag relentlessly, but fell off somewhere around Tekken 4, occasionally popping in to see what crazy character entered the fray next, or what type of creature Bandai Namco would morph Yoshimitsu into. He's a tentacle alien ...and more »

'Tekken 7' Game Modes: All the different ways to play the new fighting game - Mic

Get hyped for the Tekken 7 release with a full rundown of all the game modes included in the upcoming fighting game. In fighting games, the quality of the fighting mechanics only goes so far; you need to have a lot of fun modes in which to do the ...and more »

Tekken 7 Review – Iron Fist Rage (PS4) - PlayStation LifeStyle

It's been a long time since we've seen the last proper Tekken game on home consoles – Tekken Tag Tournament 2 released in 2012 on the PlayStation 3, while the now-discontinued Tekken Revolution launched in 2013. A lot has happened in the meantime in ...and more »